Our Board 

Ed and Kathy Green

Ed and Kathy are the parents of four grown daughters who were homeschooled through the 12th grade. Their children have all moved beyond the secure walls of home to graduate college, work within in the community, marry and have children of their own. After homeschooling their daughters for more than twenty years, Ed and Kathy are now helping with the homeschooling of their twelve grandchildren!

In 1990, Ed and Kathy co-founded Homeschoolers of Maine in an effort to provide information, support and encouragement to homeschoolers throughout the state. Ed currently serves as the President of Homeschoolers of Maine, and speaks throughout the state on topics and issues related to parental rights and homeschooling. Kathy manages the daily details at the HOME Office. They reside in the town of Hope.

Kathi Kearney

Kathi has served on the HOME Board for many years. She has worked with homeschooling families in Maine for more than 30 years, and helped to author Maine’s homeschool law. Kathi teaches gifted & talented students in Maine, is a Professional Associate with the Gifted Development Center in Denver, and teaches online courses for the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs.

Chris and Tiffany Wilcoxson

Chris and Tiffany are founders and pastors of Life Source Ministries in Brunswick, ME. They have served within HOME's ministry as coordinators in various areas for a number of years, and currently serve as HOME Board Members. For Chris and Tiffany, homeschooling was a decision of faith made together before having children. They have a heart for helping families build healthy homes, as well as fighting for parental rights. Chris and Tiffany reside in Georgetown, ME with their seven children. 

Zach and Kim Mazone

Dr. Zach and Kim Mazone have a passion for teaching and building community relationships with people of all ages. In addition to homeschooling their two teenagers, they enjoy educating patients at their medical practice, DaySpring Integrative Wellness. Dr. Zach and Kim served as HOME Reps for many years, as well as, coordinating Homeschool Day at the Capitol. They are now serving as HOME Board members and assist with the "Getting Started with Homeschooling" workshops. They believe HOME to be an important ministry to Maine families not only in educating children, but in building and supporting all areas of family life.